The 100 Hands Pictograph is a must-stop if you’re passing through Boulder, Utah doing a National Park loop.
Located a short, easy hike from scenic route 12, halfway between Escalante and Boulder, many people don’t even know it’s there.
Indeed, even we didn’t know it was there until we started looking at short stops along our route.
We’re glad that we found it though, it’s another amazing display of art from the First People.
While it’s sad to see some vandalism, it’s nice to see that most people respect the heritage of this place and the brief window into history.

Warrior Pictograph

Warrior Pictograph
I’m not sure what the Warrior Pictograph depicts, but they don’t look like anything I’d mess with.


Walls

100 Hands Pictograph - Walls
These nice flat walls made great places for the First People to make their mark.


100 Hand Pictograph

100 Hand Pictograph
You can see why it’s called the 100 Hands Pictograph.


Long Way Up

100 Hands Pictograph - Long Way Up
It must have been something to stand way up there to make the 100 Hands Pictograph.


Vandalism

Vandalism
I’m pretty sure the saw cuts around this pictograph was someone trying to steal it.


Points

Points
Utah geography really is amazing.


Winding Through

Winding Through
The engineers who designed Utah’s roads really had their work cut out for them.